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A glimpse into the future of document capture

When it comes to the future of documents capture, it is hard to fully predict what will happen and when it will happen. And for people in the document capture industry, this is hard to swallow.

The POMM is here: Where do you stand in the rankings?

The vast majority of AP departments completing a maturity model questionnaire have a long way to go toward straight-through processing, a newly released white paper reports.

Weyerhaeuser AP team steps up to the challenge and transforms its process

The accounts payable team at Weyerhaeuser Company, one of the world’s largest forest products manufacturers, was humming along just fine. But a benchmarking project a few years ago indicated there...

Records and information management is not just for destruction and defense anymore

While organizations are far from getting rid of all their paper, many are making a conscious effort to do more electronically, which means they are producing even more data than ever before. Companies...

Automated data capture in AP is on the rise, new study shows

The implementation of automated data capture technology has been growing steadily inside AP operations and other departments, albeit slower than expected, according to a recent survey conducted by The...

Easing into automation with OCR technology

One option of data capture technology has found its second wind and is taking large strides to pull ahead. Optical character recognition (OCR) has been around since the 1970s and is now a large part...

New digital tool puts process improvement in the POMM of your hand

As accounts payable departments worldwide scramble to make sense of the newest technologies in payment solutions and automation services, a new tool aims to help financial professionals answer one...

Lexmark rebrands product, linking acquisitions Brainware and Perceptive Software

In its efforts to continue integrating its acquisitions of tech firms Brainware and Perceptive Software, parent company Lexmark International has announced a new rebranding campaign. Perceptive, which...

Document automation is seen as key to driving down costs, raising efficiency

Research shows e-procurement, front-end and back-end imaging, OCR systems, and P-cards are in demand as drivers of cost control, improved efficiency, and timeliness.

Automating AP — which way to go?

Lack of control over the suppliers can complicate a move to e-invoicing. Lack of control over the paper can complicate imaging. So what's an AP department to do?

3 key issues in planning automated workflow systems

For many AP departments, cost cutting has become even more critical, if that is possible. One way to do this is by moving to invoice automation, such as invoice imaging or electronic invoicing — or a...

What are the 'bennies' of imaging and workflow automation?

Accounts payable departments that implement an imaging and workflow solution can benefit in the three general areas, depending on the type of solution they deploy.

Go for the whole enchilada with imaging, or just take a bite

Imaging, whether front-end or back-end, is a great time saver for AP. With imaging, you can have all your AP documents available with a mouse click, rather than having to file — and then retrieve —...

Technology taking healthcare records to new territory

Legislative changes coming down the pike are spurring hospitals and healthcare providers ...

A healthcare system's real-world automation journey

It's not often that an organization can reduce its workforce while significantly growing its volume, but that's exactly what ...

Global study reveals trends in automated data capture

In a first-of-its-kind study, Global Trends in Automated Data Capture in AP, accounts payable practitioners across six continents addressed ...

As demand rises, so do invoice processing solutions

The economic downturn has many technology companies reeling. But you won’t find providers of invoice scanning solutions complaining. Their business continues to grow at a brisk pace

Study looks at savings from use of intelligent data capture in AP

Intelligent data capture has a significant impact on AP operations, according to a new study conducted by The Institute of Financial Operations and sponsored by Brainware.

Healthcare payments in the i-generation: Moving dollars and data more efficiently

Eighteen million tablet devices were sold in 2010. Nielsen estimates that one in two Americans will have a smartphone by the end of this year. Eighty percent of all U.S. households bank online. The...
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